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Mammals

  • have an outer body covering of hair / fur.

  • produce milk to feed their young.

  • breathe atmospheric air using their lungs.

Birds

  • have an outer body covering of feathers.

  • have a beak, a pair of wings and a pair of legs.

  • reproduce by laying eggs.

Fish

  • use gills to breathe, taking in dissolved oxygen from the water.

  • have an outer body covering of scales.

  • most reproduce by laying eggs.

Insects

  • have 6 legs.

  • have 3 body parts: head (with feelers), thorax and abdomen.

  • have a hard outer covering called the exoskeleton
    They moult in order to grow larger.

Reptiles

  • have dry skin covered with scales.

  • breathe using lungs.

  • reproduce by laying eggs that have a leathery shell.

Amphibians

  • lay eggs in water; young live in water.


  • the young of amphibians take in dissolved oxygen from the water using gills.


  • adult amphibians live on land and can breathe atmospheric air using both moist skin and lungs.
    They can also take in dissolved oxygen in the water through the moist skin.